DARIEB, Conn. – The newest Darien police officer made his move from the Bridgeport Police Department.
On Wednesday afternoon, Eric Holder was sworn in by Paul Johnson, chairman of the Darien Police Commission, and Police Chief Ray Osborne.
Holder is now a probationary police officer in Darien.
He was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and graduated from Loughlin High School in 1996. He earned bachelor’s degrees from Lincoln University and the Empire State College.
Before joining the Darien Police Department, Holder had been employed as a Bridgeport Police Officer since 2012, serving as a field training officer.
Holder began his training with the Darien Police Department on Thursday.
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